Who knew game dealers were so festive? Just about every major digital distributor is celebrating Halloween by knocking as much as 75% off select titles. Valve has reduced a handful of its most popular games by 50%, including Left 4 Dead, Left 4 Dead 2 and Team Fortress 2, and dozens of other games on Steam have been discounted as well. Meanwhile, Direct2Drive offers 15% off on all horror games via coupon code "kreepy" and EA has slashed 50% off Bad Company 2, Mass Effect 1 and 2, and Dead Space.
I have not, and will probably never buy games online, So DLC sales are a no-go for me. If they do not put the disk and box in the store on sale, I will not buy. I want the actual disk in my home, and will not use paypal or a credit card and allow hackers the chance to steal my online identity. Those of you who do are just asking for it.
I have a Steam account but I only buy games from the store and have never ordered one through their service. Actually I hate signing on with all their Ads and Bru-Ha-Ha and I'm not happy with the new interface either. Why is it everyone and their brother has to change things around and take away the order you were used to? What ever happened to "If it ain't broke don't fix it"? A wise saying if you ask me.
I reposted again because I was silly enough to do the first one before I entered the contest for the free give-away, so I wil post again to see if I can get another entry, greedy busterd that I am!
Those are some great prices. I managed to get Battlefield: Bad Company 2 a couple of weeks ago for $20, but now it's $15. It's a much, much, much better deal than Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. I'm not going to buy it until it's at least $20.